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All That I Am
Studio album by Santana
Released October 31, 2005 (International)
November 1, 2005 (U.S.)
Recorded 2004 - 2005
Genre Latin Rock
Length 53:10
Label Arista
Producer Clive Davis
Professional reviews
Santana chronology
Shaman
(2002)
All That I Am
(2005)
The Very Best Of Santana (Live In 1968)
(2007)
Alternate cover
iTunes album cover

All That I Am is the follow-up album to Santana's 2002 studio release Shaman. It was released on October 31, 2005 (see 2005 in music) internationally and a day later in the United States. It was Santana's first album to be released after the merger of Sony Music Entertainment (owner of his longtime label Columbia Records) and BMG (owner of his current label Arista Records) to form Sony BMG (Sony has since bought BMG's share).

The album follows the format of his previous two studio releases, consisting of primarily collaborations with other artists.

The album debuted at #2 on the Billboard Hot 200, with 142,309 sales. The first single of the album, "I'm Feeling You", features Michelle Branch and The Wreckers, and received radio airplay in September 2005.

The second single of the album, "Just Feel Better", features Steven Tyler of Aerosmith and was released in November 2005.

The album was used heavily in the promotion of the iPod nano, and is now certified gold.

Contents

Track listing

  1. "Hermes" – 4:08
  2. "El Fuego" – 4:17
    • Written by Carlos Santana, Jean Shepherd and Richard Shepherd
    • Produced by Carlos Santana
  3. "I'm Feeling You" – 4:13
  4. "My Man" – 4:37
  5. "Just Feel Better" – 4:12
    • Featuring Steven Tyler
    • Written by Jamie Houston, Buck Johnson and Damon Johnson
    • Produced by John Shanks
  6. "I Am Somebody" – 4:02
    • Featuring Will.i.am
    • Written by Will.i.am and George Pajon, Jr.
    • Produced by Will.i.am
    • Additional Production Lester Mendez
    • This song is considered by most as a tribute to "I Am - Somebody", a poem by Reverend Jesse Jackson.
  7. "Con Santana" – 3:18
    • Featuring Ismaïla and Sixu Toure, also known as Toure Kunda
    • Written by Carlos Santana, Ismaïla Toure and Tidane "Sixu" Toure
    • Produced by Carlos Santana
  8. "Twisted" – 5:11
    • Featuring Anthony Hamilton
    • Written by Dante Ross and Nandi Willis
    • Produced by Dante Ross
  9. "Trinity" – 3:33
    • Featuring Kirk Hammett and Robert Randolph
    • Written by Carlos Santana, Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan and Michael Brook
    • Produced by Carlos Santana
  10. "Cry Baby Cry" – 3:53
    • Featuring Sean Paul and Joss Stone
    • Written by Lester Mendez, Sean Paul, Kara DioGuardi and Jimmy Harry
    • Produced and Arranged by Lester Mendez
  11. "Brown Skin Girl" – 4:44
    • Featuring Bo Bice
    • Written by Jamie Houston
    • Produced by Lester Mendez and Jamie Houston
    • Vocal Arrangement by Jamie Houston
  12. "I Don't Wanna Lose Your Love" – 4:00
    • Featuring Los Lonely Boys
    • Written by Henry Garza, Ringo Garza and Joey Garza
    • Produced by Carlos Santana
    • Additional Production by John Proter and Los Lonely Boys
  13. "Da Tu Amor" – 4:03
    • Written by Carlos Santana, Andy Vargas, and Gary Glenn
    • Produced by Carlos Santana

Personnel

  • Carlos Santana - guitar, background vocals
  • Chester Thompson - organ
  • Dennis Chambers - drums
  • Karl Perazzo - congas, timbales, percussion, background vocals
  • Raul Rekow - congas, background vocals
  • Jeff Cressman - trombone
  • Bill Ortiz - trumpet
  • Benny Rietveld - bass guitar

Charts

Album - Billboard (North America)

Year Chart Position
2005 The Billboard 200 2

Digital Rights Management

This CD is thought to contain MediaMax CD-3 by SunnComm. Some anti-virus and anti-adware programs are attempting to remove said clones and impersonators of said DRM.[1]. Sony have recalled all affected CDs and have re-released the album without the DRM.

References

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